The Town of Okotoks has many new construction and infrastructure projects. This includes the completion of multi-phased projects started in previous years and the planning of new multi-phased projects that will enhance the Town’s roadways, utilities, buildings, and recreational parks and facilities. We know that construction can impact residents and businesses and we thank you for your patience while we complete this work.
Construction Projects & Notifications
The Town's contractor will be drilling two boreholes as a part of the Laurie Boyd Pedestrian Bridge project. The work is expected to start on Friday, October 27 at 8 AM and is anticipated to be completed that same day.
The pathway on the north side will be blocked during this work so a pedestrian detour will be in place. See below for a map of the access route and approximate location of the boreholes.
Thank you for your patience during this work.
Please be advised that Poplar Avenue will be closed for storm surface improvements. The project is underway and is expected to last approximately two weeks, weather permitting.
The work will include installing new catch basins and modifying curbs. Appropriate road closure and detour signage are in place. See graphic of work area below.
For more info contact Engineering Services at 403-995-2760.
Appropriate road closure, detour, and designated voting parking signage are in place. See graphic of work area below.
Please be advised, construction of the cremation garden expansion is ongoing, weather permitting. Please watch for and obey any construction signage.
Any existing burial plots in this area will be protected during the works, if you would like to access a plot that is within the construction zone, please contact the Cemetery Administrator at 403-938-8958 and arrangements can be made to provide access.
The Town of Okotoks will be replacing the aging watermain, sanitary sewer, and pavement on Patterson Road next year (see graphic).
The work will include the replacement of individual lot sanitary and water service to property line. Road structure will be redone with new pavement added from curb to curb. Existing curb in good condition will be salvaged. The sanitary sewer near the Clark Avenue stairs (see yellow portion of graphic) will be undergoing maintenance which may involve excavation and replacement of the main or manholes, and may require the closure of the stairs.
As a part of the design process, the Town intends to construct a new sidewalk on Patterson Road. Design consultants will determine which side of the road can best accommodate a sidewalk.
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact Engineering Services at 403-938-8053.
Mon - Fri: 8:30 am - 4:00 pm